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New Study Sees New Health Risk To Humans From Wind Turbines: “Micro-Seismicity”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGerman wind energy protest site windwahn.de (windmadness.de) tells us of a new study: “Numerical modelling of micro-seismic and infrasound noise radiated by a wind turbine” and the possible the effects on human health. It turns out that not only infrasound have negative impacts on humans, but perhaps so do the micro-seismic waves that turbine […]

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Share this…FacebookTwittermain-main judi online di internet memang lah amat sangat menyenangkan lebih-lebih lagi apabila anggaran deposit yg ditentukan lumayan murah, beberapa agen judi online senantiasa memberikan harga deposit yg murah maka tidak sedikit orang dapat memainkan judi online tidak dengan mesti mempunyai dana yg gede. Permainan judi online dgn deposit paling murah ini dapat bermacam-macam […]

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80 Graphs From 58 New (2017) Papers Invalidate Claims Of Unprecedented Global-Scale Modern Warming

80 Graphs From 58 New (2017) Papers Invalidate Claims Of Unprecedented Global-Scale Modern Warming

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Share this…FacebookTwitterScientists Increasingly Discarding ‘Hockey Stick’ Temperature Graphs Now Updated: 300 Non-Hockey Stick Graphs “[W]hen it comes to disentangling natural variability from anthropogenically affected variability the vast majority of the instrumental record may be biased.”  — Büntgen et al., 2017 Last year there were at least 60 peer-reviewed papers published in scientific journals demonstrating that Today’s Warming […]

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New Papers Show Solar Activity Impacts ENSO, Refuting Claims Sun Has Little Impact On Climate

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSolar activity impacts Pacific weather By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (German text translated/edited by P Gosselin) In a joint US-German study, seven scientists recently tried to discredit the sun’s impact on climate. On April 19, 2017, Guoyong Wen and colleagues published a modeling study in the Journal of Space Weather and […]

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Germany’s Fake Heat: Media Calling A Few Hours Of 30+°C Weather ‘A Heat Wave’!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThis weekend Germany is getting its first summerlike weather (after having seen snow earlier in the month), with temperatures forecast to reach 30°C or more in some parts of Germany. And already a number of media outlets and WetterOnline, for example, have announced that a “heat wave” will roll across the country over the coming […]

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Natural Factors, Not CO2, Driving Switzerland’s Surprising Snow (Non)Trends

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Share this…FacebookTwitterStrongly fluctuating snow cover in Switzerland appears to be coupled to ocean cycles By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (German text translated/edited by P Gosselin) For those who love snow, there are supposedly dark clouds on the horizon. Snow is becoming less and less. Never in the past has snow been as […]

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Robust Natural Variability Affirmed In Global Sea Level Rise Rates - No Correlation With CO2 Forcing

Robust Natural Variability Affirmed In Global Sea Level Rise Rates – No Correlation With CO2 Forcing

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Share this…FacebookTwitter Tide Gauge Evidence: Sea Levels  Rose Faster Before 1950 Than Since In recent years it has become increasingly apparent that tide gauge measurements of sea level rise often do not align with climate model expectations. The models are predicated on the assumption that anthropogenic CO2 emissions, which have risen explosively since about 1950, are the drivers of […]

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Small Business Association Leader: Germany’s Climate/Energy Policy Has “Failed Spectacularly”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDr. Karl Tack is a managing director of a family-owned business that manufactures grinding tools. The company has been in operation over 7 generations and is just one of many that operate all across Germany. According to Blick aktuell here, family-owned businesses make up 90% of the country’s number of privately owned companies. These German […]

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Reports Of Arctic Ice Death Have Been Greatly Exaggerated...Greenland Ice Mass Near Record

Reports Of Arctic Ice Death Have Been Greatly Exaggerated…Greenland Ice Mass Near Record

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Share this…FacebookTwitterPolar snow and ice cover rarely cooperates, no matter what side of the warming issue you may be on. It changes so fast. When ice cover climbs, skeptics like to claim that it shows global warming isn’t what it is often hyped up to be. And when ice cover drops to satellite era record […]

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New Paper: Geothermal Heat A Leading Driver Of Surface Temperatures

New Paper: Geothermal Heat A Leading Driver Of Surface Temperatures

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Share this…FacebookTwitterHeat Flux From Below Melts Ice Sheets,  Drives Temperatures & CO2 Variations  Image: Smellie, 2012                                                             Image: Newton, 2008 It has long been established in the peer-reviewed […]

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‘Tagesspiegel’ Calls German Solar Energy Scheme An “Exemplary Initiative” On What “Not To Do”!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGermany’s rush into green energies is slowly and grudgingly being acknowledged by once steadfast proponents as a failure. Over time, even the most bitter of realities have to be accepted. Germany’s online Tagesspiegel here recently presented a commentary on the collapse of the country’s largest solar components manufacturer, Solarworld, and what it really means. First […]

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Alan Dershowitz Sees Civil Liberties Under Attack With Media-Political Mobbing Of Trump

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Share this…FacebookTwitterOff-topic today. (Don’t worry, the climate isn’t going anywhere.) Like many of us, I’m quite surprised by the absurd calls for impeachment of a President who has done nothing wrong. Just because he does things people don’t agree with and is sand in the Establishment machinery, this in no way constitutes grounds for impeachment. It’s a […]

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